Removal of Tunneled Vascular Access Device from Trunk Subcutaneous Tissue and Fascia, Open Approach 2016 2017 2018 - Revised Code 2019 2020 2021 Billable/Specific Code ICD-10-PCS 0JPT0XZ is a specific/billable code that can be used to indicate a procedure Removal of Catheter Dialysis catheters are removed both during replacement and also when a patient receiving acute, shortterm therapy no longer - requires dialysis. There is no procedure code for removal of a non- tunneled central venous cathe ter, e.g., removal by pull after th e sutures are removed Z49.01 is a billable/specific ICD-10-CM code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes. Short description: Encounter for fit/adjst of extracorporeal dialysis catheter The 2021 edition of ICD-10-CM Z49.01 became effective on October 1, 2020 Z45.2 is a billable/specific ICD-10-CM code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis for reimbursement purposes. Short description: Encounter for adjustment and management of VAD The 2021 edition of ICD-10-CM Z45.2 became effective on October 1, 2020 tunneled catheter removal CPT 36558 is insertion of a tunneled central venous catheter (i.e. perm cath for dialysis). The removal of the device is included with the placement and no charges should be billed. Same for removing a feeding tube
Chapter 21 of ICD-10-CM (Factors Influencing Health Status and Contact with Health Services) contains codes for insertion and routine removal of CVCs. For a hemodialysis catheter, the appropriate code is Z49.01 (Encounter for fitting and adjustment of extracorporeal dialysis catheter) The ICD-10-CM code T82.42XA might also be used to specify conditions or terms like device withdrawn and / or removed, mechanical complication of vascular device, misplacement of hemodialysis catheter or peritoneal dialysis catheter fell out The peritoneal dialysis catheter may be removed during a replacement or when the patient no longer requires peritoneal dialysis, for example, if the patient switches to hemodialysis or undergoes a kidney transplant. There is no procedure code for removal of a non-tunneled central venous catheter, e.g., removal by pull after the sutures are removed
Tunneled Catheter Removal & Exchange ASDIN Coding University * Tunneled Catheter Removal Tunneled catheter removal is performed under two circumstances: Simple removal - the catheter is no longer needed; it is being removed, not to be immediately replaced Catheter exchange - the catheter need is continuing, but it must be exchanged with a new catheter * Tunneled Catheter Removal The code for. 0WPG03Z is a valid billable ICD-10 procedure code for Removal of Infusion Device from Peritoneal Cavity, Open Approach. It is found in the 2021 version of the ICD-10 Procedure Coding System (PCS) and can be used in all HIPAA-covered transactions from Oct 01, 2020 - Sep 30, 2021 Valid for Submission. 0WPG33Z is a billable procedure code used to specify the performance of removal of infusion device from peritoneal cavity, percutaneous approach. The code is valid for the year 2021 for the submission of HIPAA-covered transactions. The procedure code 0WPG33Z is in the medical and surgical section and is part of the anatomical regions, general body system, classified under. Valid for Submission. Z49.02 is a billable diagnosis code used to specify a medical diagnosis of encounter for fitting and adjustment of peritoneal dialysis catheter. The code Z49.02 is valid during the fiscal year 2021 from October 01, 2020 through September 30, 2021 for the submission of HIPAA-covered transactions
ICD-10-CM Code T82.49 Other complication of vascular dialysis catheter Non-Billable Code T82.49 is a non-billable ICD-10 code for Other complication of vascular dialysis catheter. It should not be used for HIPAA-covered transactions as a more specific code is available to choose from below •36901: Introduction of needle(s) and/or catheter(s), dialysis circuit, with diagnostic angiography of the dialysis circuit, including all direct puncture(s) and catheter placement(s), injection(s) of contrast, all necessary imaging from the arterial anastomosis and adjacent artery through entire venous outflo
. #1. Hemodialysis catheter insertion. The patient developed acute kidney injury and life-threatening hyperkalemia. The decision was made to proceed with hemodialysis. Patient has a right intrajugular transvenous paper and neck was avoided at all costs as to not inadvertently displace the pacemaker. The right femoral vein was targeted Valid for Submission. Z49.01 is a billable diagnosis code used to specify a medical diagnosis of encounter for fitting and adjustment of extracorporeal dialysis catheter. The code Z49.01 is valid during the fiscal year 2021 from October 01, 2020 through September 30, 2021 for the submission of HIPAA-covered transactions I think the second one is incorrect. I think 0WHG33Z would be used for a peritoneal dialysis catheter as this is an infusion device. I 'think' that for a tunneled peritoneal cathester for long-term drainage of ascites would be 0W9G30Z (drainage of peritoneal cavity with drainage device, perc) Does that sounds right? This puts us in DRG 44 Coding Clinic defines debridement as removal of devitalized or contaminated tissue from a traumatic New ICD-10-PCS codes created to identify the use of Catheter inserted into one of the main veins of upper . 4/11/2016. #1,. Short description: Fit/adj vascular cathetr. ICD-9-CM V58.81 is a billable medical code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim, however, V58.81 should only be used for claims with a date of service on or before September 30, 2015. For claims with a date of service on or after October 1, 2015, use an equivalent ICD-10-CM code (or codes)
Code ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Description Z46.89 Encounter for fitting and adjustment of other specified devices T82.49XA Other complication of vascular dialysis catheter, initial encounter T82.591A Other mechanical complication of surgically Removal of tunneled central venous catheter, without subcutaneous port or pump $672 $14 ICD-10-CM Code. Z48.03. Billable codes are sufficient justification for admission to an acute care hospital when used a principal diagnosis. Z48.03 is a billable ICD code used to specify a diagnosis of encounter for change or removal of drains. A 'billable code' is detailed enough to be used to specify a medical diagnosis Removal of a tunneled central-venous access catheter (CPT code 36589) is a surgical procedure where the subcutaneous tunnel is entered by cutdown and blunt dissection to remove the catheter from the previous placed tunnel. Hemostasis is established with manual pressure and the wound is closed and dressed in the standard fashion (The clarification note deals with the diagnosis code given, not the procedure code.) Clotted peripherally inserted central catheter Coding Clinic, Second Quarter 2011 Pages: 4-5 Effective with discharges: June 24, 2011 Question: A five-year-old child was admitted for chemotherapy Some large catheters, such as dialysis (12-14 F) catheters, are quite sturdy, and a great deal of tension can be applied during removal, but these catheters can rupture. The smaller 7 to 10 F tunneled catheters, especially Silastic catheters, will break with the application of even a little tension
Fitting and adjustment of vascular catheter. ICD-9-CM V58.81 is a billable medical code that can be used to indicate a diagnosis on a reimbursement claim, however, V58.81 should only be used for claims with a date of service on or before September 30, 2015. For claims with a date of service on or after October 1, 2015, use an equivalent ICD-10. The Palindrome™ Precision HSI-Heparin Coated and Silver Ion antimicrobial dialysis catheter is intended for acute and chronic hemodialysis, apheresis, and infusion. It may be inserted either percutaneously or by cutdown. The device is contraindicated in thrombosed vessels or for subclavian puncture when ventilator is in use Replacement Removal Non-tunneled (PICC) under 5 36568 36575 - 36584 code E/M Non-tunneled (PICC) 5 & older 36569 36575 - 36584 code E/M Tunneled with port under 5 36570 36576 36578 36585 36590 Tunneled with port 5 & older 36571 36576 36578 36585 36590 The procedures involving central venous access devices fall into five categories
Removal tunneled central venous catheter w/o. ICD-10 CM Case studies for Circulatory System Procedures By Jul 9, 2015 the terms used in PCS code descriptions, NOR is the coder required . 6/30 In ICD-10-PCS, the use of an IABP is classified in the Extracorporeal Assistance and Performance sections (5A0) where a device value does not exist. It would be inappropriate to report the removal of a device code from the Medical and Surgical section within ICD-10-PCS for an IABP when it is not specifically identified a So, if code 36556 (Insertion of non-tunneled central venous catheter, age 5 years or older) is performed as well as 99291 (1st hour of critical care), it can be codes separately. Modifier -25 can only be placed on an E/M code to designate a minor procedure was also performed in addition to critical care T80.211A, Bloodstream infection due to central venous catheter. If sepsis also present, code A41.- as an . additional. diagnosis! OCG Section I.C.1.d.5. Cellulitis secondary to tunneled catheter for temporary dialysis. T80.212A, Local infection due to central venous catheter. Peritonitis secondary to infected peritoneal dialysis flui
PICC line (tunneled or non-tunneled) Scar or keloid formation from a surgical wound Debridement of an ulcer or wound Surgical staple or suture insertion sites Excision of a toenail, simple Callus removal Trauma wounds sutured closed Percutaneous (not open) kyphoplasty sit Purpose: Management of failing tunneled hemodialysis catheters, sometimes the only vascular access for hemodialysis, presents a difficult problem. In spite of various techniques having been developed, no consensus has been reached about the preferred technique, associated with the longest catheter patency Assign code 999.31 to 999.33 if the infection is due to a centrally placed catheter or 996.62 if it is due to a peripherally placed catheter (AHA Coding Clinic for ICD-9-CM, 2010, second quarter, page 8). Currently, neither PSIs nor HACs are concerned with code 996.62 ICD-10-CM to HCC - Map-A-Code biological collagen, thermoplastic graft), and CPT code 36558, Insertion of tunneled centrally inserted central venous catheter, without subcutaneous port or pump; age 5 years or older, should be reported for the implantation procedure. CPT codes 76937 or 77001 would be additionally reported if supported by the.
hemodialysis catheter with a unique symmetric tip design and laser-cut side slots which reduce recirculation and minimize the likelihood of positional occlusion.† Maximum Flow Rates The Palindrome dialysis catheter — with its Double-D™** lumen design, 14.5 Fr diameter, and durable Carbothane™ ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code Z97 Z97. Also Know, is there a CPT code for removal of a PICC line? Removal of a tunneled central-venous access catheter ( CPT code 36589) is a surgical procedure where the subcutaneous tunnel is entered by cutdown and blunt dissection to remove the catheter from the previous placed tunnel
Three Rationale: Look in the CPT® Index for Venous Access Device/Insertion/Central which directs the coder to 36560-36566. The code for insertion of a tunneled central venous access device with a subcutaneous pump is 36563 Challenges with timely permanent vascular access for hemodialysis (HD) lead to urgent insertion of tunneled catheters for hemodialysis (TCHD). In Australia, 15% of 10 624 prevalent HD patients were dialyzing via a central venous catheter in 2017 .Catheter-related bloodstream infections (CRBSIs) from TCHD use occur at rates of 1.1-6.1 episodes per 1000 catheter-days internationally [2, 3] He is end stage receiving dialysis. What ICD-10-CM codes are reported? 33534, 33519, 35572, 35600, 33508. (Entry directly into the subclavian vein indicates a non-tunneled catheter.) and the Seldinger technique was used to place a Vas-Cath for dialysis.(This is the description of the placement.) Procedure: Removal of multiple varicose. Bedside Tunneled Hemodialysis Catheter Placement in Patients 22 Jan 2021 Renal failure with the need for dialysis access was categorized as a Tier 3 procedure (Do not postpone) by the SVS, though recommendations.
Enhanced Acute Dialysis Care. The Power-Trialysis™ Short-Term Triple Lumen Dialysis Catheter is the first power injectable dialysis catheter in the world and provides flow rates of up to 400 mL/min on average with straight configurations, and 350 mL/min with Alphacurve® configurations when tested in vitro as well as the benefits of a third lumen for power injection of contrast media. SIGNIFICANCE. Over 5 million central venous catheters are inserted every year in the United States alone, accounting for 15 million central venous catheter days.[1,2] However, this ubiquitous procedure has many associated complications that result in morbidity, mortality, and increased healthcare cost.Government organizations, such as Medicare, no longer reimburse for some preventable. ICD-10-CM Code for Displacement of intraperitoneal dialysis catheter, initial encounter T85.621A ICD-10 code T85.621A for Displacement of intraperitoneal dialysis catheter, initial encounter is a medical classification as listed by WHO under the range - Injury, poisoning and certain other consequences of external causes
90999 Unlisted dialysis procedure, inpatient or outpatient CPT Codes - Vascular Access Description 36556 Insertion of non-tunneled centrally inserted central venous catheter; age 5 years or older 36800 Insertion of cannula for hemodialysis, other purpose (separate procedure); vein to vein 37799 Unlisted procedure, vascular surger 36589 Removal tunneled central venous catheter w/o port 86.09 $430 $271 36590 Removal tunneled central venous catheter w/port 86.09 $753 $415 36596 Mech remov tunneled central venous catheter 86.09 $753 $447 36597 Reposition venous catheter under flouro N/A $753 $447 Guidance Procedures 76937 Ultrasound guidance for vascular access with permanen
Data Updated for Q4 2018 CPT Code: 36590 Description: Removal of tunneled central venous access device, with subcutaneous port or pump, central or peripheral insertion Status Code. A Active Code. These codes are paid separately under the physician fee schedule, if covered ICD-10 Coding Help Sheet . 1 . Abnormal Breathing Signs . Acute Respiratory Distress - R06.03 . Neoplasm Removal - Z48.3 . Note: Use additional code to identify the neoplasm (continued Catheter: Vascular Dialysis . Mechanical - T82.4++D . Infection - T82.7XX+ Electronic Stimulator Device Implanted Introduction of needle(s) and/or catheter(s), dialysis circuit, with diagnostic 36901 5182 T $1,094 angiography of the dialysis circuit, including all direct puncture(s) and catheter placement(s), injection(s) of contrast, all necessary imaging from the arterial anastomosis and adjacent artery through entire venous outflow including th procedure code and description 36561- Insertion of tunneled centrally inserted central venous access device, with subcutaneous port; age 5 years or older - average fee payment - $1250 - $1350 INSERTION OF CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER 360.00 36556 This transmittal replaces all previous critical care payment policy language. It includes th
Distal revascularization and interval ligation (DRIL), upper extremity hemodialysis access (steal syndrome) Introduction of needle(s) and/or catheter(s), dialysis circuit, with diagnostic angiography of the dialysis circuit, including all direct puncture(s) and catheter placement(s), injection(s) of contrast, all necessary imaging from the arteria This code includes the work of introducing one or more needles/catheters into the dialysis circuit to perform the percutaneous clot removal procedure. Also, because these codes are progressive hierarchal codes, if a diagnostic fistulogram is needed in addition to the percutaneous clot removal procedure, the fistulogram is also included in this. Tunneled Catheter Removal CPT Code - Do And Don't Interventional Radio · 10:55 30 Jan 2016 Tunneled catheter removal CPT Code BasicsVascular chart are considered a little difficult to code in Interventional radiology (IVR) coding
· Peritoneal dialysis catheter, AV shunt (even if · abandoned) Simple closure of a traumatic laceration by sutures · Muscle flap, skin advancement flap, or or stitches rotational flap to surgically replace a · pressure ulcer needle puncture · · Shave, punch, or excisional biopsy to remove/diagnose lesions fluoroscopy Coding. Code 37214 (final day of thrombolysis) would be reported once for all services related to thrombolysis for that day, including both sessions of follow-up angiography and subsequent replacement of the infusion catheter and reinstitution of thrombolytic infusion in the morning *As an unlisted code, 90999 would go through manual review and payment would be determined by Medicare Administrative Contractors CPT Codes - Vascular Access Description Total Facility RVUs 2020 Medicare Facility Payment 36556 Insertion of non-tunneled centrally inserted central venous catheter; age 5 years or older 6.08 $219.4 Answer: The correct code for the removal of a catheter with a port or pump is CPT code 36590 (Removal of tunneled central venous access device, with subcutaneous port or pump, central or peripheral insertion). Most of the tunneled insertion codes have a ten day global period. So you will append modifier 78 for the removal, if the patient was.
Table of Contents AHIMA 2008 Audio Seminar Series Cervical Carotid Stents.....3 GORE. ACUSEAL Vascular Graft. The GORE ® ACUSEAL Vascular Graft allows for earlier removal or avoidance of a central venous catheter (CVC), providing an alternative for your hemodialysis patients. Early cannulation: Cannulate within 24 hours with the leading 1 on-label early cannulation graft to allow for earlier removal or avoidance of a CVC
2019 HEMODIALYSIS CATHETERS CODING AND Most Popular Newest at www.medtronic.com Catheter Removal No code for removal of non-tunneled catheter Payable under E/M code for visit, as applicable 36589, Removal of tunneled central venous catheter, without ICD-10 •Co-morbid Conditions -CKD - N18 •N18.6 - End-stage renal disease (Chronic kidney disease requiring chronic dialysis) Use additional code to identify dialysis status (Z99.2) -Diabetes - Type 2 - E11.xxx •With Circulatory complications - E11.5x •E11.52 - diabetic peripheral angiopathy with gangren
The tunneling described by this code sets it apart from the procedures reported with CPT codes 32554-32557. Tunneled pleural catheters also have a cuff that secures them underneath the skin so the mention of a cuffin the note is an additional clue you may be looking at a tunneled pleural catheter In patients in need of intermediate or long-term hemodialysis, tunneled hemodialysis catheters  are initially used until arteriovenous access (e.g. fistula) can be established. Like other central venous access catheters, hemodialysis catheters are typically inserted in the internal jugular vein (IJ) or the subclavian vein 
congenital vs. non-congenital cath codes. It is my understanding that certain cardiac conditions, such as ASD and VSD, can technically be congenital or acquired. The ICD-10-CM classification assumes these conditions to be congenital (when not otherwise specified, of course). The CPT codebook does not include ASD and VSD in its list of diseases. See below: A dialysis catheter is a conduit to access either the blood stream or the peritoneal cavity to enable to performance of dialysis. Hemodialysis catheters can be acute or temporary or chronic and in that case tunnelled under the skin. Peritoneal catheters are always tunnelled and enter the abdominal wall Coding Root Operations with ICD-10-PCS: Understanding Division, Release, Control, and Repair. By Melanie Endicott, MBA/HCM, RHIA, CDIP, CCS, CCS-P, FAHIMA. Editor's note: This is the fourth in a series of 10 articles discussing the 31 root operations of ICD-10-PCS. The transition to ICD-10-CM/PCS on October 1, 2014 is much more than just the. CPT code 36000 CPT code 36005 CPT code 36010 CPT code 36011 CPT code 36012 CPT code 36481 CPT code 36500 CPT codes 36555 - 36585 CPT code 36581. The key to appropriate code selection is documentation. Some key elements to include in the documentation for this procedure are: Guidance used; Vein entry site; Tunneled vs. non-tunneled; Subcutaneous.
Introduction of needle and/or catheter, arteriovenous shunt created for dialysis (graft/fistula); initial access with complete radiological evaluation of dialysis access, including fluoroscopy, image documentation and report (includes access of shunt, injection[s] of contrast, and all necessary imaging from the arterial anastomosis and adjacent. Choosing the best cpt code for removal of indwelling catheter All about deepening the connection with information foley catheter placement nursing procedure Video Search traumatic removal foley catheter icd10 code Removal Foley Catheter Cpt Code A Code 2016 PERITONEAL DIALYSIS CATHETERS CODING AND 72 [ Icd 10 Code For Explain in detail removal of pleurx catheter cpt All about deepening the connection with information foley catheter placement nursing procedure Video Search traumatic removal foley catheter icd10 code Removal Foley Catheter Cpt Code A Code 2016 PERITONEAL DIALYSIS CATHETERS CODING AND 72 [ Icd 10 Code For
ICD 10 AM Edition: Ninth edition Query Number: 3160. Patient was admitted for insertion of abdominal PleurX catheter for ongoing drainage of malignant ascites. Patient had an abdominal paracentesis performed and the PleurX catheter inserted in Imaging. Patient was then discharged with PleurX insitu to manage ongoing drainage of ascites at home. Among the patients who had their catheter removed within 365 days after access creation (n = 6184), 4085 (91%) of the AVF patients and 1426 (92%) of the AVG patients had their catheter removed as an outpatient. Download : Download high-res image (225KB) Download : Download full-size image; Fig 1. Unadjusted time to tunneled catheter removal Z99.2 Dependence on renal dialysis . Reviews, Revisions, and Approvals Date Approval Date . Policy developed and approved 04/16 05/16 Added ICD-10 codes 08/16 08/16 References reviewed and updated. Added 3 month time period for weight loss >10% of ideal body weight. Added that protein and albumin labs should be from last 4 weeks. 05/17 05/1 Short-term, triple-lumen, power-injectable dialysis catheter with a flow rate of up to 400 mL/min in straight configurations and 350 mL/min in Alphacurve configurations. Symmetrical tip for increased recirculation on average when lines run in forward or in reverse. Allows patients to receive therapies and Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography. A central venous catheter (CVC) is a type of access used for hemodialysis. Tunneled CVCs are placed under the skin and into a large central vein, preferably the internal jugular veins. CVCs are meant to be used for a short period of time until a more permanent type of dialysis access has been established
New ICD-10-CM codes FY 2017 - due @ April 1 New ICD-10-PCS FY 2017 - Summary file now available C&M Zika Virus New code for FY 2017 A92.5 NEJM March 10, 2016 Vol 374 #10 page 951 Coding Clinic for ICD-10-CM/PCS Visit www.CodingClinicAdvisor.com ICD-10 Coding Clinic Guidance ICD-9 Coding Clinics (containing ICD-10 guidance) Q4 2012 Q1 2013 Q2. The catheter used for hemodialysis is a tunneled catheter because it is placed under the skin. There are two types of tunneled catheters: cuffed or non-cuffed. Non-cuffed tunneled catheters are used for emergencies and for short periods (up to 3 weeks). Tunneled cuffed catheters, a type recommended by the NKF for temporary access, can be used. A tunneled central line is a long-term solution to the problem of accessing a person's bloodstream. The tube, or catheter, that is inserted—typically beneath the skin of the chest—may provide access to the bloodstream for weeks, or even months. Usually, the placement of the catheter is done through an outpatient procedure how do you code removal of a peritoneal dialysis catheter? or icd 9 Answered by Dr. Amitabh Gautam: 49422: 49422
HeRO Graft (Hemodialysis Reliable Outflow) is the ONLY fully subcutaneous AV access solution clinically proven to maintain long-term access for hemodialysis patients with central venous stenosis.HeRO Graft is classified by the FDA as a graft, but differs from a conventional AV graft since it has no venous anastomosis Codes 36904, 36905, and 36906 include removal of thrombus from the dialysis circuit using any means and include removal from both the peripheral and/or central dialysis segments. These codes are reported once, even if thrombus is removed from both the peripheral and central dialysis segments, as was required in this case
ICD-10-PCS Reference Manual Page ix The International Classification of Diseases Tenth Revision Procedure Coding System (ICD-10-PCS) was developed with the support of the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services, under contract Nos. 90-1138, 91-22300, 500-95-0005, and HHSM-500-2004-00011C to 3M Health Information Systems Code 36578 describes replacement, catheter only, of central venous access device, with subcutaneous port or pump, central or peripheral insertion site. CPT codes 36576 and 36578 have a Moderate sedation icon before each code. This symbol is also noted on codes 36555, 36557, 36558, 36560-36568, 36570, 36571 Afffi flfl Lfi flff Dfi H C TM Bard Peripheral Vascular, Inc. 2018 Medicare Final Rule 2 Denitions CC Complications and/or Comorbidy MCC Maor Complications and/or Comorbid History: In the second, Five-Year Review of the RBRVS, CPT code 36489 Placement of central venous catheter (subclavian, jugular, or other vein) (eg, for central venous pressure, hyperalimentation, hemodialysis, or chemotherapy); percutaneous over age 2 was increased from 1.22 to 2.50 work relative value units, as a rank order anomaly existed.
Peritoneal dialysis is an alternative to hemodialysis. But infection is a frequent complication of PD. For patients who cannot tolerate hemodialysis, or select PD as their treatment option, a PD catheter is the only option for access. It is an outpatient procedure. Needles are not used, unlike with AV fistulas and AV grafts Cpt Code For Estring Insertion Coupons, Promo Codes 04-2021 2016 2017 2018 - Revised Code 2019 2020 Billable/Specific Code POA Exempt Z79.890 is a Live check Suprapubic Tube Placement (SPT) | UM Rehabilitation. A port-a-cath, also referred to as a port, is an implanted device which allows easy access to a patient's veins. A port-a-cath is surgically-inserted completely beneath the skin and consists of two parts - the portal and the catheter. The portal is typically made from a silicone bubble and appears as a small bump under the skin Hemodialysis Catheters Coding And Medtronic Tunneled Dialysis Catheter (Alan B. Lumsden, MD, Philip Auyang, MD) ProGuide™ Chronic Dialysis Catheter Animation2016 Advanced Radiology 0001 Hemodialysis Catheter Kit Non-Page 6/4